Dates set for 2014 San Diego County Fair in Del Mar

The 2014 San Diego County Fair will run from Saturday, June 7, through Sunday, July 6.

Directors of the 22nd District Agricultural Association approved the dates for the 2014 fair’s 24-day run at their meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 10.  The fair will be dark on Mondays and the first two Tuesdays during its run.

The 2013 fair also ran for 24 days.

Next month, the 22nd DAA plans to announce the theme for next year’s fair.

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  3. Proposal to extend fair run in Del Mar prompts concerns
  4. Performers announced for 2012 San Diego County Fair in Del Mar
  5. Board approves 2013 smoking ban at San Diego County Fair

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